Adult Learning: BK
Meets in Room B222 at the Brookfield campus.
One of the best ways to study the Bible is through the “inductive” study. Manuscript Inductive study contains the three aspects of inductive Bible study: observation, interpretation, and application. In this class, you will engage in communal discovery guided by an experienced facilitator. You will generate questions together, share what you see and think, and discover together Scripture’s meaning for yourselves.
April Foat has worked full-time with InterVaristy Christian Fellowship at Carroll University since 2015, serving alongside Christian students to bring God's Kingdom more fully on their campus. April discovered her love of the inductive Bible study method when she was 16 through a Precepts Upon Precepts Bible study offered at her home church. This love has continued to flourish into her adult years and she finds great joy in teaching others the method. In her free time, April enjoys knitting, reading, and playing strategy board games with her husband.
Adam Foat has been teaching since 2004. He has taught on a variety of different topics to ages 8-88. When asked about Bible study, Adam said, "I really enjoy studying God's word. I love those moments when He reveals something new from a passage that I've read before. It's so exciting! My passion is to help people see things in a new way and to help grow in them a desire to know more about the Bible and deepen their personal relationship with God."